Friday 3 November 2017

Masculine Seasonal Layers Trio

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#thecraftythinker, #stampinup, #cardmaking, #masculinecard, masculine card, leftover die cuts, Seasonal Layers, Stampin' Up Australia Demonstrator, Stephanie Fischer, Sydney NSW
A multipurpose card - masculine or feminine

I like to be thrifty, so when I was cutting the branches for these cards and this one, I used strips of cardstock and when I was cleaning up afterwards I liked the look of these negative pieces.  So they've been sitting, waiting, on a corner of my table for quite some time!

I butted them up against each other on a Crumb Cake card in such a way that they formed a slight angle.  I then cut some little Copper Foil hearts with one of the dies from the Umbrella Weather dies.  I put some Multipurpose Adhesive Sheet onto the back of the foil first which made them very quick and easy to apply.

The greeting from Birthday Blooms and label from Rose Wonder were Copper Heat Embossed and then cut out with the coordinating die from the Rose Garden Thinlits.  The label is popped up on Stampin' Dimensionals.

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  1. Your card is most striking! Simple yet with absolute Wow!

  2. Hello, Stephanie, I just love this card I thought Wow what a wonderful card to give as an Engagement Card. The copper hearts are so adorable, thanks for the tip, as I have been hurting my brain for little hearts as the metallic shapes would work out way too expensive to use for this amount of hearts for one card. Watching how you get your little details form many Dies and stamp Sets has made me spread my sights
    to this way of creating but it's slow but getting the hang of it. The sentiment you have used , the font is so adorable. I have gone to this Stamp Set many times myself, they seem to fit so many style cards. I have often looked at the negative cutouts and wondered what to do, but as they havent been completely straight and the same height and or width I have mainly scrapped them after a week or so. Now seeing this card I will definitely rethink the bin.

    1. Thank you so much, Christine, for that wonderfully detailed comment! I'm so happy to be able to provide an idea or two! The cards you create are beautiful so I don't think you need to do much rethinking of anything!